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for more than half a century. a south texas beauty queen sexually assaulted, killed shortly after going to confession. suspicion turned to the priest but nothing stuck. police, though, they never gave up. so, now, 53 years later, evidence points only to the man who heard irene garza's final confession, the man they still suspect took her life. cnn's gary tuchman has the remarkable story. >> she had beautiful, shiny hair. she had this natural effervescence. >> she had the most musical type voice. >> she had a way with children, and she smelled like flowers. >> reporter: in 1960, irene garza was raped and murdered in mcallen, texas. >> one thing i remember is just screams. >> there was a suspect. who do you believe killed irene garza? >> father john bernard feit. >> father john feit. back then, a catholic priest. >> no evidence in this case right now points us in any other direction. >> so why is he still a free man? by all accounts, irene garza was a remarkable young woman. >> she kind of broke the mold. >> irene's younger cousin, noemi sigler. >> at that time, hispanics stayed on one si
in for candy crowley and this is state of the union. >>> today a texas lightning rod. >> if we see a grass roots tsunami, that is going to be cause republicans and democrats to listen to the people. senator ted cruz on why he hopes the wave that carried him into the senate is still strong enough to wash away obamacare. and jim demint and former governor howard dean. >> i think we're going to have another constitutional crisis in terms of the presidency. >>> plus the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. we start with breaking news out of syria this morning. the syrian government has reached an agreement with the united nations to allow inspectors full access to any site of any purported chemical weapons attack. syria's deputy foreign minister says -- the pentagon has prepositioned four warships with armed cruise missiles pore the region. chris, this is big news, this is why obviously inspectors got there, they want to get to the bottom of what really happened. think they can now? >> it is possible, we know that secretary of state john kerry was speaking with his counterpart the fore
is vulnerable too. >> it almost reads like a movie script. it happened this week to a family in texas. are you freaked out yet? it's not just baby monitors at risk, and your home can be hacked too, if you are not careful. imagine your 2-year-old daughter sleeping and an outsider watching her through the baby monitor. that's what happened to a family in texas this weekend. they discovered the problem when they heard a man yelling at their toddler, reading her name off her bedroom wall. >> he said wake up, alison, you little [ bleep ]. >> the gilberts believed their house was hacked. and somebody kind of did. and there are more and more ways to hack your house, and many devices that are vulnerable. >> i can tell the light to please unlock the door. >> that's a hacker, literally unlocking your door. the smart lock is connected to a device that enables you to control your appliances from your home, and a researchers found a flaw in that device. >> i ran code on the light and compromised it, just setting up a backdoor, or i can control any device hooked up to it. >> in a world full of these devices
was four, we grew up in houston is texas always been my home. when i was a kid, my mom told me if i ever wanted to, i could affirmatively choose to claim canadian citizenship. i got a u.s. passport when i was in high school. i thought that was the end of the matter. and then the "dallas morning news" ran a headline where they talked with some immigration lawyers that said technically the immigration lawyers said i still had dual citizenship. so the question was raised, if you do, would you renounce your canadian citizenship. i said look, if that's right. then sure. because serving as a u.s. senator, i was an american by birth. serving as a u.s. senator, i think it be appropriate that i be only american. >> you know how it's being interpreted, is oh, clearing the way for a 2016 presidential run. you want to get this issue off the table, first? >> listen, there's a lot of silliness, i thought it was a reasonable question when the "dallas morning news" asked for my birth certificate, so i gave it to them. >> let me move you to health care, texas has the highest percentage of uninsured citiz
a baby monitor. it happened this week in texas. are you freaked-out? not only that but your home could be hacked into if you're not careful. >> imagine your 2-year-old daughter sleeping and and outsider watching her through the baby monitor. that's what happened to a family in texas this weekend. they discovered the problem when they heard a man yelling at their toddler reading her name off their bedroom wall. >> he said wake-up alison you little [ bleep ] >> the gilberts said their device was hacked. >> it felt like someone broke into our house. >> someone did. as automation becomes more popular there are more and more ways to hack your house and many more devices vulnerable. >> i can tell the light please unlock the door. >> that's a hacker literally unlocking your door. the smart device is connected to a device that allows you to control the appliances from your home. daniel crowley found a flaw in that device. >> i run code and compromise it, set up a back door or i can control any device hooked up to it. >> in a world full of these teaches of devices that let you do everything fro
eyeing in the same region. the texas panhandle, a big bulk of oklahoma. the difference between today's forecast and yesterday, we were looking for the weather in missouri. that's the relief i can give you knowing you are not going to have the severe thunderstorms. more rain in the forecast today. all the way through saturday night, this is the troublemaker. here is the cold front. slowly and i mean slowly making its way across. with that, all the moisture pooling up out of the gulf brings heavy showers in the northeast. watch the timing of this. how fast it goes and whether it stalls out. it will impact the rain we are seeing the next several days into the northeast. here is what we know about the southeast. forecasting heavy rain. two to three inches. atlanta, one to two inches. now the northeast, we are going to see, it depends on where the heavier thunderstorms are. there are place that is won't see much. if you get the heavy downpour, you have a threat for flooding. >> thanks for the warning, we appreciate it. >>> a wildfire is raging out of control across southern california. th
to the clinic in texas but what happened next is anything but routine because janene jones was the nurse on duty. chelsea's mom remembers what happened next, all hell broke loose. >> she gave her her first shot in her left thigh, and she immediately started gasping for air, turned around and gave her another one and she immediately went limp and quit breathing. >> reporter: in the chaos of rushing chelsea from the clinic to the hospital, janene jones somehow slipped into the ambulance and glaave the little girl a third shot. she learned she injected the little girl with something with muscle relax asian and short-term paraalice. later she was convicted and sentenced to 99 years in prison for killing chelsea. plus 60 years for injuring another child who had survived. to this day, she still says she did nothing wrong. >> ms. jones, do you have any reaction at all? anything to say? >> reporter: for chelsea's parents, the verdict was bittersweet. their daughter was gone but it killer would spend the rest of her live behind bars, at least that's what they thought. joan ss scheduled to walk free. she'
and punishment" tonight, a convicted baby killer will soon walk free in texas, even though she's serving a 99 year sentence, and is suspected of murdering dozens of other children. genene jones is a former pediatric nurse who parents trusted to care for her children. instead, she allegedly targeted them. now she has a legal way out of prison and law enforcement has only way of keeping her inside, by finding another victim whose life was cut short like chelsea mcclellan's. here's randi kaye. >> reporter: back in 1982, chelsea mcclellan, just 15 months old, needed immunizations. it was routine stuff. chelsea's mother petty took her to the local clinic in texas. but what happened next was anything but routine. that's because genene jones was the nurse on duty at the clinic. chelsea's home remembers what happened next when all hell broke loose. >> she gave her her first shot in her left thigh, and she immediately started gasping for air. turned around and gave her another one, and she immediately just went limp and quit breathing. >> reporter: in the chaos of rushing chelsea from the clinic to th
. >>> also in texas, a brand-new development in the request of the stand-by attorneys of an army major to actually change their role in the defense regarding the court-martial of nidal hasan at ft. hood, texas. in that court-martial, his stand-by attorneys are now asking a higher court to allow them to alter this whole shattered attorney situation and their participation in the trial given that he's defending himself and i think it's fair to say he's not doing a very good job of it suggesting he's the shooter right off the bat. but if granted, it would override the rejection of their request just yesterday, kind of like a big appeal. as you probably already know, hasan is acting as his own attorney and acting very strangely. he's accused of 13 murders, killing 13 people at ft. hood, texas, four years ago. what it's like when you have a client defending himself and you have to sit there and watch it, defense attorney chris hadad who was in a notorious murder trial in 2007. first of all, it's great to have you. you're a perfect guest to weigh in on what these attorneys at ft. hood are go
radical islam. >>> to texas and a shooting spree in dallas that left four dead. the funman was a 44-year-old special education teacher and former member of a hip hop dance troop that performs at dallas mavericks games. the women he killed were his e stranged wife, his girlfriend. he shot four people, killing two and went to desoto, texas threw a bomb and shot four more people, killing two others. some of the victims are children. he is now in custody. police say he has been difficult to interview so far. >>> charges for two canadian men in connection with a tragic sexual assault and a bullying case. the 17-year-old died in april after attempting suicide. she had been raped by four boys in 2011 and pictures of her were shared online. the two 18-year-old men who have not been identified are charged with making and distributing child pornography. >>> the seemingly never ending michael jackson wrongful death trial may go on longer. she doesn't expect them to begin deliberations until late september. it's five months after they started. one juror moved and replaced with an august. the judge s
percentage at ft. hood, texas. he justified the attack because soldiers there were being deployed to what he called an illegal war in afghanistan. >>> authorities in washington state are searching for a second teenager suspected of beating a world war ii veteran to death. police are calling kennan adams kennard a danger to the public. another 16-year-old is in custody charged with murder. >>> san diego mayor bob filner will be out of a job beginning next friday, but he's not out of the spotlight just yet. the mayor still faces possible lawsuits after 18 women accused him of sexual harassment. yesterday, the city council announced his resignation. he apologized for offensive behavior, but added he was the victim of mob hysteria. >> those of you in the media and in politics who fed this hysteria, i think need to look at what you helped create. because you have unleashed a monster. and i think we'll be paying for this for a long time. >> he is also the target of a criminal investigation. >>> today, thousands of people are gathering on the national mall to mark the 50th anniversary of the march
. >>> coming up next on "new day" an update on the texas teen. we have been following this case very carefully. he spent months in jail for allegedly posting a terrorist threat on facebook. he says it was a joke. today he's going to try to get the charge against him dropped. a critical day for this boy's case can. >>> then we have an oldie but a goodie. see nick beef down there, it's a mystery that stumped conspiracy theorists for years whochls wanted a burial plot next to jfk assassin lee harvey oswald. you're going to meet the man known as nick beef. straight ahead. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. "stubborn love" by the lumineers did you i did. email? so what did you think of the house? did you see the school ratings? oh, you're right. hey babe, i got to go. bye daddy! have a good day at school, ok? ...but what about when my parents visit? ok. i just love this one... and it's next to a
to embrace me, but i will be speaking what should be heard. stop the madness in texas. keep dreaming. revive the wall on poverty. keep dreaming. go from stopping educate, stopping house, stopping jails. keep dreaming. >> we have somebody who was born exactly 50 years ago today. now you're here. what does this mean to you to be back here celebrating this 50th anniversary? >> it's a great opportunity for me. i was born the year of the civil rights movement, and i'm 50 years old, so 50 years in celebrating, 50 years i am actually living the dream. i am an entrepreneur. i work. i'm doing exactly what it is that our forefathers marched and fought for for my father. my name is rhonda phillips. i'm from sin cincinnati, ohio, my dad fought and marched for so many others, and i'm living the dream and i thank jesus for being able to do that. >> thank you, rhonda. you hear lots of stories like that today. later today we'll be hearing from the representative john lewis who was one of the last living organizers of that march 50 years ago, as well as the families of martin luther king, jr. as well as tray
a police officer in texas in 1995. yes, they are extremely worried about him. he is a colossal flight risk, even if he was arrested. they issued a warrant today for the murder of his mother. attached to that, a $1 million bond should he be taken into custody. they just leveled one charge, likely to follow, a second homicide charge, kidnapping charges, arson and cruelty to animal charge because also burned in the fire was a dog. they consider him to be very dangerous. >> the remains found in the house were consistent with an 8-year-old child. do we know much about the relationship between this man and the family? i understand he was kind of lifelong friends of or at least acquaintances of the family. >> it is friends, anderson. very strong relationship. possibly best friends. mr. dimaggio and the father knew each other more than 20 years. he knew the children since their births. in fact, the relationship was so close, they called him uncle. an extremely close relationship. what is alleged here right now is absolutely the ultimate betrayal. >> thank you again, the breaking news. a vehicle sp
conviction for fleeing a police officer, that's back in texas in 1995. so yes, they are extremely worried about him. right now he would be considered a flight risk, even if he were arrested so therefore when they issued a warrant today for his arrest for the murder of the mother, they made sure attached to that would be a 1 million dollar bond should he be taken into custody. they levelled one charge at him, the homicide but likely to follow, a second homicide charge, possibly kidnapping charges and arson charge and a cruelty to animals charge because anderson, also burned in the fire was a dog. so a whole host of charges against this man who they consider to be very dangerous. >> as i said, the remains found in the house were consistent or other remains were consistent with those of an 8-year-old child. do we know much about the relationship between this man and the family? i mean, i understand he was kind of life-long friends of -- or at least acquaintances of the family? >> no, it is friends, around soren. very strong relationship, possibly even best friends. they say that mr. dimaggio
to austin, texas, forced to make an unscheduled landing after a passenger tried to exit the emergency exit midair. this goes under the category of worst nightmare. >> the flight diverted to memphis because the passenger tried to open the emergency exit. the southwest airlines spokesman said it looked like the flight 265 diverted because of an unruly passenger. other passengers on this plane saying it was members of the military who happened to be riding on this flight who subdued the man and held him until help could come in memphis last night. of course it's impossible to open the door of a plane while it is midair but it is incredibly frightening for all those involved. some of the passengers said it didn't appear he was drunk. some said it didn't appear this passenger was unruly one passenger telling one of our affiliates the person said he didn't want to live anymore. unclear what the motive was but the flight was safely delivered to austin and those passengers deplaned. z>> we'll find out, thanks so much, christine. >> good news for a ran come situation handled very well by those on b
for that massacre that occurred out of ft. hood, texas. we'll be right back. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. [ chainsaw buzzing ] humans. sometimes, life trips us up. sometimes, we trip ourselves up. and although the mistakes may seem to just keep coming at you, so do the solutions. like multi-policy discounts from liberty mutual insurance. save up to 10% just for combining your auto and home insurance. call liberty mutual insurance at... to speak with an insurance expert and ask about all the personalized savings available for when you get married, move into a new house, or add a car to your policy. personalized coverage and savings -- all the things humans need to make our world a little less imperfect. call... and ask about all the ways you could save. liberty mutual insurance -- responsibility. what's your policy? : we're following this breaking news story. this is a military jury has now reached a verdict. this is in the case of
. private sectors in states are innovating just fine. the university of texas is offering $10,000 degrees. more and more people are learning online and making those kind of choices that work for them. >> will you talk to your friends on capitol hill and talk about that increase at community colleges because we do need that increased investment, absolutely. but i do think we also need innovation and competition in the higher education market. i think that's what the point of the president's speech was today. this is a market that's not working. the costs are too high. the value is not there. we need to increase the value and increase the transparency. >> let me give you an example. >> the president today at one of his big new plans, big new ideas, is financial literacy for college students. did you know there are already 56 financial programs for financial literacy? how many times do taxpayers need to pay for the same thing over and over again? >> i think you're making a slightly different point here besides what college students need. college students need to know when they're signing on
. >> we can defund obama care. >> reporter: at least potential contenders like texas republican senator ted cruz. one of the headliners over the weekend at the family leadership sum it in iowa. a key stop on these presidential proving grounds. >> we need to abolish the irs. >> reporter: cruz even took a swipe at a possible rival. >> vice president joe biden -- [ laughter ] yeah, the nice thing is you don't even need a punch line. >> reporter: speaking of the vice president, an aide confirmed he'll be the speaker at a state fry hosted by senator tom hearken next month. a stage he shared with then senators barack obama and hillary clinton six years ago. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: while an aide says biden is only make up for missing last year's gathering, it's a sign he's keeping the door open for 2016, with pundits endlessly reading into hillary clinton's paid appearances. her upcoming appearance with terry, not to mention her lunch with the president. >> keep in mind, she's been there before. she doesn't have to measure them. >> reporter: but former advisers to clinton insist t
shooting massacre guilty. we'll go live to fort hood, texas. >> plus, president obama's first comments on reports of terrifying chemical gas attacks in syria in an exclusive interview with cnn. details and chris cuomo about the horrific new images shocking the world. >> and the country's most dangerous job revealed. it has a death rate topping any other american profession. the details of a surprising new report just ahead. wolf blitzer is off. i'm jessica yellin, you're in "the situation room." >>> we begin now with breaking news out of fort hood, texas where a military jury has found army psychiatrist major nidal hasan guilty on 13 counts of murder and 32 counts of attempted murder in the november 2009 shooting rampage. the conviction makes him eligible for the death penalty. and cnn is in fort hood, texas. ed, you have been following this closely. what is next in all of this for nidal? >> well, you know, jessica, the verdict hardly has been a surprise given hasan's first word in the trial were that "clearly this evidence was going to show i was the shooter." the guilty verdicts toda
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, to texas where a suspect is now in custody after a shooting spree left four people dead and four others wounded. authorities say the shooting began at the dallas home of the suspect's ex-girlfriend. but he left when he discovered she was not there. he then went to a second home in desoto where he found her, used an explosive device and fired additional shots. police arrested the suspect when he ran out of ammunition. >>> outrage in new york after vandals deface a statue of jackie robinson and his teammate reece. police say a swastika and a racial slur were found scrambled across the statue on wednesday. now "new york daily news" offering a reward for the person or persons responsible. >>> and in sports -- ouch. home fans hated when fans were visiting team come to cheer in their ballpark. so, cleveland indian fans had this response to detroit tigers' fans trying to rally their guys. detroit's bankrupt. bankrupt. well, looks like sports fans can take a page from the business section. not very nice, though. >>> army major nidal hassan gunned down dozens of people at fort hood and now he wa
, inside this home in georgetown, texas police found the bodies of a college professor, his wife and their 17-year-old daughter. within hours, 15-year-old james walcott admitted he killed his family, using this .22 caliber rifle. walcott told police he hated his parents and sister, and claimed he had been sniffing glue the weeks before he murdered them. the story sent shockwaves through the small town and made headlines around the country. the next year james walcott was tried as an adult, but was found not guilty by reason of insanity. seven years after that, in 1974, he was deemed sane and set free. after that wohl cot seemed to just disappear until a texas newspaper reporter tracked him down here in the central illinois town of decatur where he's been teaching psychology at mill i kin university for the past 27 years. here he is now, his name is dr. james st. james, the head of the psych department at mill i kin, and a student favorite. >> very intelligent, he can lecture for hours without notes. he just knows everything off the top of his head. >> reporter: some people are up
. ♪ the truck of texas. better residual value than ford and chevy. it's the fastest-growing truck brand in america. guts. glory. ram. >>> allegations tonight from syria that the regime fired rockets carrying chemical weapons killing and injuring hundreds of people. including many children. the regime calls the allegations baseless. i want to warn you video you'll see throughout the segment may be difficult for some to watch. if you need to turn away, now is the time to do it. i urge you to listen and hear the story and hear the reality of what's happening in syria. the videos were posted online by the opposition that claimed more than 1300 people were killed in the attack. as always, reporting on syria's civil war, more than 100,000 dead according at the un. cnn can't verify the videos. arwa damon spent a lot of time on the ground in syria for us and tonight reports from beirut. arwa, the images coming out of syria from this attack are just sickening. what is the latest you're hearing about it? >> reporter: they are really hard to look at. one leading opposition member put the death tol
then traveled to nearby desew toe, texas, opened fire in a house where she was staying, one person in the home died. the gunman ran out of ammunition. police took him into custody. police sources say children were in one of those houses. >>> a closed door hearing today to determine the next steps in the court-marti marshal of majol hasan. >>> an update on the murder case against former new england patriot aaron hernandez. search in a lake in bristol, connecticut, failed to bring up a key piece of evidence, a gun used to kill oden lloyd. >>> swastikas and shocking anti-semitic slurs found on a statue of baseball greats jackie reason join and pee-wee reese in brooklyn. $10,000 reward is offered to find those responsible. the graffiti would not come off so instead they covered the base with a black tarp. >>> r&b superstar usher's wife wanted custody of the two children after one of them nearly drowned. tamika foster blames the singer's absence for her son's near death accident. she says usher is gone 85% of the time. for his part usher has not commented on his ex-wife's allegations or upcoming he
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rowlands has more on the story. >> reporter: august 4th, 1967, inside this home in georgetown, texas, police found the bodies of a college professor, his wife and their 17-year-old daughter. within hours, 15-year-old james wolcott admitted he'd killed his family using this .22 caliber rifle. wolcott told police he hated his parents and sister and claimed he'd been sniffing glue in the weeks before he murdered them. the story sent shock waves through the small town and made headlines around the country. the next year james wolcott was tried as an adult but was found not guilty by reason of insanity. seven years after that, in 1974, he was deemed sane and set free. after that, wolcott seemed to just disappear. until a texas newspaper reporter tracked him down here in the central illinois town of decatur where he's been teaching psychology. at millikin university for the past 27 years. here he is now. his name is dr. james st. james. he's the head of the psych department at millikin and a student favorite. >> he's very intelligent. he's almost a genius. he could lecture for hours withou
of the hour. >>> a lot of eyes today on fo fort hood, texas. the prosecution rested against major nadal hasan. now he could take the stand in his own defense. we're going to take you to fort hood next. >>> he was behind the wheel when the limo turned into a fire trap but he will not face criminal charges for that tragedy. no criminal charges are being filed. investigators blame a mechanical failure saying there was a catastrophic failure of the rear suspension system, that caused one part of the car to start rubbing up against this other part of the car and that is the friction that stopped the fire here. i talked to brown just a couple of days after that fire and he was still reeling from what he witnessed that night. >> everything happened so fast. i just wish there could have been something done more. i don't typically know. >> what could that something have been in i'm sure you've played it back in your head so many times since saturday. what could have been done differently? what could you have done differently? >> i really don't know. if i would have known that -- everything happened so
is in great shape and expected to leave a texas cancer center today. he was feeling weak and disoriented on a family vacation last week. he suffered a mild stroke back in 2010. >>> disturbing images you're about to see from syria's civil war. some of you might want to look away. the pictures posted online shows dozens of bodies, many of them children. rebels say the government has unleashed chemical weapons on civilian neighborhoods. syria denies the claims, but some members of congress say it's time for the white house to take action. >> where does this stop? when does the united states with very little cost stand up for these people and stop this horrific -- you can't look at those pictures without being deeply moved. are we going to just let that go on? >> the united states and its allies are calling on the united nations to investigate. u.n. inspectors are in syria investigating previous claims but the government is blocking its access to the sites. >>> aaron hernandez may learn today if a grand jury indicted him in a murder. massachusetts authorities have already charged the 23-year
'll have an exclusive interview with senator ted cruz from his home turf in texas. if you missed any part of today's show find us on itunes. just search state of the union. a special programming note. catch prince william in his first interview since the birth of baby george tomorrow on "new day." 'fareed zakaria" starts now. >>> this is "gps," the global public square. welcome to all of you in the united states and around the would recall. i'm fareed zakaria. we have a great show for you today. we will start with violence in egypt. bret stephens and peter beinart disagree as usual. >>> then, is america overregulated? does the government have altogether too much of a say in how we live our lives? i'll ask the man who put many of the obama administration's regulations in place, cass sunstein. >>> also underneath the violence, is the arab world the new start-up society? that's what an american venture capitalist believes. and while we're at innovation, is north korea going to beat apple at its own game? obviously no, but i will explain. >>> but first, here's my take. if there is one crisis
. thank you both very much. >>> now this. want to take you to texas now. the ft. hood shooter back in court today after a shocking twist in the courtroom just yesterday. we talked about this. major nidal hasan representing himself during this trial over the shooting massacre that happened four years ago. but yesterday his team of standby lawyers, they've been giving him guidance, they asked the judge if they can cut back their involvement. why? because they believe he is trying to get the death penalty. for himself. and they didn't want any part of helping him fulfill that death wish. hasan denied that that was his goal. denied he is seeking death. today the court ruled, denying those lawyers' requests. saying hasan has the right to determine his trial strategy and they should stand by him. >>> in southern california police say they have received more than 100 tips thus far in the hunt for ethan and hannah anderson. thing is, nothing has panned out yet. these children have been missing ever since their mother's body was found sunday inside that burning home near san diego. that hom
week. he traveled with his son to texas for the evaluation. no other information was released. in 2010 he suffered a mild stroke and his speech and motor skills were not affected. easy elected as delaware's attorney general in 2006. >>> wildfires burning tonight in the west. more than 100,000 acres have been scorched in the fire. it's been called a beast. idaho's beaver creek fire. homes such as arnold schwarzenegger and tom hanks. >> reporter: piers, it was a pretty good day. it's below 10% and there's a lot of stake. the homes are astronomical. there are many multimillion dollar homes in this area. it's so bad that insurance companies have hired private firefighters to come in and protect people's homes because they have so much on the line. firefighters got a little bit of help from mother nature. they are hoping tonight and tomorrow will give them the upper hand. >> we'll stay on top of that as well. ted rowlands, thanks for that update. >>> in michigan, a girl versus bear. 12-year-old abby weatherell was jogging last week when she was attacked not once but twice by a huge black be
successfully underwent a procedure at md anderson medical center in texas and is in quote great shape. biden was admitted to the world renowned cancer facility after feeling weak and disoriented after a family vacation. >>> judge judy is the highest paid star on television, she takes home $47 million a year. >> appreciate it, susan. we'll be right back. polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male announcer ] space. yes, we're loving this communal seating. it's great. [ male announcer ] the best thing to share? a data plan. at&t mobile share for business. one bucket of data for everyone on the plan, unlimited talk and text on smart phones. now, everyone's in the spirit of sharing. hey, can i borrow your boat this weekend? no. [ male announcer ] share more. save more. at&t mobile share for business. ♪ ♪ he's a 20-year-straight, get to work on time ♪ ♪ ♪ he's loved one woman for all his life ♪ ♪ ♪ everybody knows he ain't just tough ♪ ♪ he's strong [ male announcer ] the all-new 2014 chevy silverado. strong for all the roads ahea
's a lot of support for it. >> we're already seeing it on the state level with texas and kentucky. evan you first reported this story last week. what is holder trying to accomplish here? what are some of his goals? >> one of the issues of the attorney general is he's leaving office in the next couple of months. one of the things he's focused on and president obama in the second term is trying to do something for their own legacy that people would remember them for. in the case of eric holder he doesn't want to be remembered for fast and furious and some of the other con trtroversiecontro. this is way to do something. there's been a lot of movement towards, we've gone through several years of more than reduction of crimes in the cities. i think they feel like the moment is right. right now you have members of congress on the republican party who have decided this is a good way for them to save money. it's probably a very good moment. as good a moment as any for them to pursue something like this. >> we spent $80 billion last year on our prison system and our prisons are operating at 40% over
at this picture. this is when he was visiting a school in texas earlier this year doing a good deed. but looks, well, let's just say, comatose sitting there. and his fellow golfers were so amused by this, they started calling it dufnering. they put up their own photos on twitter or facebook imitating jason dufner doing this. and they are all rooting for him to dufner with the trophy today. i know you've been working on your dufnering since we talked about this yesterday. we got to cross our fingers and hope if jason dufner win, he does a little extra dufnering today. >> once i'm on a full shot, i'll dufner it for you. maybe i'll send a picture. >> reporter: i need that. >> okay. did tiger struggle because he was 44th yesterday i think. >> reporter: yeah. he was at even par. it's frustrating for him because not only has he not won in the past five years a major, this time he wasn't even close. there were a couple majors where he felt he was in contention, had something to play for sunday. this time he said it was so frustrating because he didn't have anything to do this weekend. he is going to
breaking story, we've been bringing it to you from texas every day. and every day we've had a praek in the nidal hasan case, that's the case of an army major accused of opening fire on his colleagues. ed lavandera is here with more breaking news in the case. yesterday everything shut down because the backup lawyers say they can't stand by any longer and watch him march himself to the death penalty. what has the judge said in this case? >> reporter: it was another tense morning. the judge came out this morning first thing and denied those attorneys' request to modify how they would work with major nidal hasan in his death penalty murder case here at fort hood. the judge denied that motion. it didn't end there. basically the judge ruled that this was simply a disagreement in strategy, that major hasan is fully kachab abcapable of repre himself, that he has a constitutional right of defending himself how he so chooses. but then the lawyers said -- the attorneys kept hammering at the judge about it and said it would be "morally repugnant" to force them to allow major hasan to essentiall
found that in montgomery county, texas, near houston, 18 years ago, we have a booking photo of him when he was 22 years old. he was basically charged with, and then convicted of fleeing from a police officer. what's interesting about this, at one point they said he was going down a rural or dirt road somewhere around 60 or 70 miles per hour. this lends credence to the fear that he's using rural roads to get himself in and around northern california, oregon, nevada or washington. there's an amber alert issued for all four of those states. >> thank you. of all the things that makes this story so troubling is the notion that the fugitive was once a friend and someone so close, someone so trusted could become the kind of monster that james dimaggio allegedly has become. brett anderson spoke about it earlier today with chris cuomo. >> explain the relationship between your family, your kids, their mother and mr. dimaggio. >> mr. dimaggio came into our lives about six months before hannah was born. he and i had a very close relationship over the years, and we've done many, many things througho
biden, the son of joe biden successfully underwent a procedure at mc anderson medical center in texas and is in quote great shape. biden was admitted to the world renowned cancer facility of feeling weak and disoriented on a family vacation. >>> judge judy is the highest paid, taking home $48 million a year. >> appreciate it, susan. we'll be right back. ♪ reinforced with scratch- resistant glass and a unibody made kevlar strong. okay google now. call my droid. the new droid ultra by motorola. when strength matters, droid does. to get our adt security system. and one really big reason -- the house next door. our neighbor's house was broken into. luckily, her family wasn't there, but what if this happened here? what if our girls were home? and since we can't monitor everything 24/7, we got someone who could. adt. [ male announcer ] while some companies are new to home security, adt has been helping to save lives for over 135 years. we have more monitoring centers, more of tomorrow's technology right here today, and more value. 24/7 monitoring against burglary, fire, and high levels of
-dade and houston, texas, to the ohio department of transportation. >> we're looking at a future where police departments could deploy dozens or even hundreds of these flying robotic video cameras over an entire neighborhood or city. >> reporter: gig ga pixel cameras can already do constant surveillance on 25 square mile areas. those could soon be married to drones so inexpensive even small towns could afford them. how is this any different from a police car following behind me or an officer standing outside my house? >> there's a police officer who can see you, you can see them. what you don't know is if there's a camera up in the clouds following you everywhere you go. >> reporter: even those who support the technology say there have to be ways for the public to hold their local government accountable. >> which police officer was operating the system? where was the camera pointed when the drone was flying? what was it looking at? where was it located? >> reporter: right now the faa is writing the rules on which domestic drones can fly and where, but some cities are already getting a jump. s
in texas inspiring kids instead they snatched him slouchy in this photo causing this trend called dufnering. they themselves took pictures and put on twitter of themselves slouching so i think you will see if he does end up winning this event not only payback for two years ago when he coughed up the lead and should have won and instead did not but also it will be a victory for dufnering, fred, and you have to like that. >> i'm trying it out a little bit. i don't know. it's kind of uncomfortable actually. i'll go back to sitting straight up. all right. thanks so much, rachel nichols. appreciate it. keep us posted. much more "newsroom" right after this. [announcer:] you are a business pro. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and you... rent from national. because only national lets you choose... any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. now this... will work. just like you, business pro. just like you. national. official partner of the pga of america.
. it's going to start to get hot for texas and adding that heat in for the midwest and the northeast, mid-atlantic and as well as new england. more rain for parts of the southeast as we talk more about the temperatures. let's end on some good news, return to summer like conditions. if you notice for chicago, above average by wednesday. we are expecting a high of 90 degrees. we should be at 82. we didn't forget about you in new york city. how about this? 86 on tuesday. 88 on wednesday. and then on thursday, 86 degrees, as well. pamela, i think we can go outside and enjoy that up there. >> i would say so. jennifer delgado, thank you so much. >>> an attorney for jerry sandusky's abuse victims said that the client settled the civil suit against the universe. sandusky was convicted last year. tom clienteles cnn that the client never would have been abused if school officials has not mishandled earlier claims of abuse including the one reported by the former assistant coach. >> my client, victim number 5, was assaulted in the shower at penn state six months later so the incident with my cl
in texas. >> do you think that's fair? if he was using performance-enhancing drugs? is it fair that he broke your record? was that a fair fight? >> well, my thing is we don't know. i don't know about the testing and all that. you know, he was accused of it, but i don't know what he was tested and proven that he was on anything. but i like him. he's like a son to me. most all of these kids, i really, really like them, enjoyed them. i know about their families, i know about their children. >> i want to ask you about the statistics. ken, i'm going to ask you the same question after i get mr. banks to talk about it. raymond daniel burke wrote in the "baltimore sun" talking about the statistics over time your records versus those of alex rodriguez being an example. and he said statistical comparison serves as a generational bond, and the integrity of those statistics is the adhesive that gives meaning to the experiences shared across time that are the game's narratives. is an asterisk by the name of a record breaker who has used performance-enhancing drugs enough? because that wasn't an eve
at md anderson medical center in texas and is in quote great shape. biden was admitted to the world renowned cancer facility after feeling weak and disoriented after a family vacation. >>> judge judy is the highest paid star on television, she takes home $47 million a year. >> appreciate it, susan. we'll be right back. [ female announcer ] what if the next big thing, isn't a thing at all? it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. >>> we ran out of time for the "ridicu-list." before we go, the memorial fund
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